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Sinik

A Turkish measure of volume approximately equivalent to 0.009 cubic meters, or slightly less than two and a half gallons. It became obsolete when Turkey made the metric system mandatory in 1933.
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Cole 2 1-4 5, Sinik 1 4-4 6, Bauer 2 2-2 8, Droll 2 0-0 5, Marquez 1 0-0 2, Mayburn 1 0-0 2, L.
Not to mention Markaba, Al-Awali and Joun, Sinik, Inan Lake projects, as well as irrigation projects in Ras El-Ayn and West Bekaa.
Sinik, "Power current control of a resonant vibratory conveyor having electromagnetic drive", Journal of Power Electronics, vol.
The newborn's remains were found after workers sorted through trash delivered to the plant in the area of Sinik, south of Sidon.
Ces jeunes spectateurs avaient, d'ailleurs, reserve, la veille, le meme accueil au rappeur [beaucoup moins que] Hayce Lemsi [beaucoup plus grand que], ainsi qu'a tous les rappeurs qui se sont produits sur la scene du theatre Hasni- Chekroune comme [beaucoup moins que] Rym K [beaucoup plus grand que] et [beaucoup moins que] Sinik [beaucoup plus grand que], depuis le debut de cette manifestation culturelle qui a debute le 27 aout et cloturee lundi soir.
According to Sinik, this attraction drives behavior that seems to defy logic, data and facts.
This transaction is consistent with MCP's investment strategy, managing partner John Sinik noted.
Kutlubay R, Oguz EO, Can B, Guven MC, Sinik Z, Tuncay OL.
Through Congo and Koto, the helmers gain access to a dozen or so other key figures involved in the mass killings, ranging from Ibrahim Sinik, a prominent newspaper publisher who pronounced many of the communist death sentences, to North Sumatran youth minister Sakhyan Asmara, who interrupts the climactic Kampung Kolam re-enactment to coach the paramilitary extras on how to appear more realistic.
Oguzulgen IK, Oguzulgen AI, Sinik Z, Kokturk O, Ekim N, Karaoglan U.